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Weekly QUEST Discussion Topics and News, Aug 31 2012

We’d like to start off this week by congratulating our very own Scott Weir as he recently pinned on Lt. Colonel. A very well deserved promotion for a great man, congratulations!

Another colleague, Dr. Kirk Sturtz, will be giving a talk next week in Bldg 620 for anyone interested. The title of the talk is ‘Quantifiers as Adjoints in Probability’, more details can be found here – https://qualellc.wordpress.com/2012/08/30/dr-kirk-sturtz-to-speak-on-quantifiers-as-adjoints-in-probability/.

This week we will review the proposed formulation of an experimental paradigm that will allow insight into the functional aspects of sys1 vs sys2 vs blended processing that allow analyst to perform their missions. The goal of the discussion, led by Dr. Brian Tsou AFRL/RH, is to understand the vision of a quest centric model of a scalable approach to analyst augmentation.

By parsing the analyst skill space and matching it to a given
intelligence problem that requires a set of mission capabilities, we can
begin to understand the types of aids that can provide the maximum
impact for a given analyst doing a particular task. The QUEST group
proposes extending the situational awareness models (perception,
comprehension and projection) to include a confabulation stage that
blends sys1 and sys2 with engineering properties to gain insight into a
scalable approach to analyst augmentation.

Weekly QUEST Discussion Topics and News Aug 31

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